Total Reports % Verified
183 51.91%

Commemorations: Showing page 3 of 10 pages

Brocato Ice Cream Watermark 4 Verified

May 20, 2011

A small watermark placard on the door of Angelo Brocato Ice Cream and Confectionery.

Angelo Brocato Ice Cream and Confectionery

London Avenue Canal Marker 0 Verified

May 20, 2011

Plaque sponsored by indicating the location of the London Avenue Canal breach. Dedicated May 20, 2011.

Gentilly Neighborhood

Dedication of the London Avenue Canal Marker 1 Verified

May 20, 2011

Plaque sponsored by indicating the location of the London Avenue Canal breach. Dedicated May 20, 2011, with music by Irvin Mayfield played...

Gentilly Neighborhood



Bye Bye Katrina Sushi Roll 1 Verified

May 20, 2011

While staying at the St. Charles Guest House (a great stay, btw) and researching Katrina commemorations, I frequented Sushi Brothers on St. Charles Avenue....

Lower Garden District

FEMA Dog House 1 Verified

May 19, 2011

FEMA "in" the dog house.

Lower Ninth Ward

National Katrina Museum 0 Verified

May 19, 2011

Unopened museum. The article announced that the museum was to be opened in August 2010. As of May 2011, the building was vacant.

Lower Ninth Ward

Pigment Tattooing 1 Unverified

May 18, 2011

Tattoos in remembrance of Hurricane Katrina. Pigment Tattooing

3328 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA

Six Flags NOLA Rising Graffiti 0 Unverified

Mar 13, 2011

Via the blog post provided in the news links below.

six flags and new orleans

Mackenzie Thorpe’s Lest We Forget – Girls First Hearts 1 Unverified

Mar 10, 2011

Street car art by Girls First and Mackenzie Thorpe. The street car has moved several times. Per the news source link below, the streetcar is currently...

501 Basin St, New Orleans, LA

Before (During) After - Exhibit 0 Verified

Feb 17, 2011

"Before (During) After is a visual and literary narrative of how Hurricane Katrina has transformed the lives and work of twelve photographers from Southeast...

Jackson Square

"Still Standing" by Shannon Landis Hansen 0 Unverified

Dec 01, 2010

Art featured by The Arts Council of New Orleans. Hansen has utilized broken objects to memorialize New Orleans after hurricanes, corrupt politicians,...

2275 Bayou Road, New Orleans, LA 70119

Katrina and Beyond Exhibit Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 1 Unverified

Oct 27, 2010

"Mayor Landrieu, city officials, and donors held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $7.5 million exhibit." Quoted from News Source 1 (tense changed)

Jackson Square

Katrina and Beyond Exhibit 3 Verified

Oct 26, 2010

"Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond," a $7.5 million, 6,700 square-foot exhibit on the ground floor of the historic Presbytere in the French Quarter's...

Jackson Square



Film - The Big Uneasy 2 Verified

Sep 24, 2010

Documentary by Harry Shearer

7400 Leake Avenue, New Orleans, LA

Katrina Multimedia Exhibit 0 Unverified

Aug 30, 2010

“Katrina Remembered: Five Years Later” utilized photography, video, ephemera and oral histories to tell the story of Tulane’s survival, recovery and renewal...

Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, Tulane University

M.L. King Charter School Commemoration 1 Unverified

Aug 29, 2010

“'Remembering Katrina: Five Years Later' featured music, interpretive dance and food as staff and students celebrated life, fortitude and the future."...

Martin Luther King Jr. Charter School, New Orleans, LA

St. Paul's Episcopal Church Service 4 Unverified

Aug 29, 2010

"A special service in the Lakeview church that was flooded by Katrina, including reflections of church and school members. At 12:30 p.m., St. Paul’s Homecoming...

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 6249 Canal Blvd, New Orleans, LA

St. Tammany Parrish Community Service 2 Unverified

Aug 29, 2010

"The parish held a community service to remember Katrina’s victims and first responders. There was a parish-wide minute of silence at 9:45 a.m." Quoted...

262 Debbie Drive, New Orleans, LA

Commemoration at Shell Beach - 5 Year Anniversary Memorial Service 2 Unverified

Aug 29, 2010

"Memorial service to honor St. Bernard Parish residents lost in the storm." Quoted from News Source

Shell Beach, New Orleans, LA